Roof style?

(Terrill Ewald, CPI, MD# 31310) #1

What would this roof style be? They took a colonial with gable roof and added this. Shed?

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(Larry Kage, CMI) #2

I can’t tell from that view. Got a pic of the top?

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(Terrill Ewald, CPI, MD# 31310) #3

No, I’m inspecting it tomorrow. These are off the internet.

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(Jeffrey R. Jonas) #4

Low-slope/Flat

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(Larry Kage, CMI) #5

The upper one looks like a butterfly roof from here.

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(Junior S. Fudge, 342226, 342230) #6

Butterfly & Gable

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(Junior S. Fudge, 342226, 342230) #7

https://i2.wp.com/www.roofcostestimator.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Roof-Types-Diagram.png?ssl=1

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(Junior S. Fudge, 342226, 342230) #8

https://i2.wp.com/www.roofcostestimator.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Roof-Types-Diagram.png?w=896&ssl=1

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(Marc A. Goldenberg, Inspector Lic # HI1365 Mold Assessor Lic #) #9

YA!^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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(Dennis DiVito, VA License # 3380 000170) #10

Freeform :slight_smile:

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(Kenton Shepard, CMI) #11

Dual-pitch shed, but I wouldn’t give it a name in the report. Someone can always argue with it.
To be a butterfly, both slopes would have to slope toward the low point at the roof interior. Looks to me like they both slope in the same direction at different pitches.

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(Mark E. Glowczynski) #12

I second that motion.

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